The Founder of Stability and Sustenance Business and Entrepreneurship Platform, has partnered with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to train and empower corps members currently serving the nation in Calabar, Cross Rivers State and other States in Nigeria.
In Entrepreneurship training program which about 500 Corps members at Calabar, the business platform CEO Melody advice the youth serving the nation to improve skills and competencies that will allow them to become employee of there own labour, which he said rather than waiting for the jobs which is not been ready available.
According to him it has great important for serving in NYSC so that you seize a chance or Opportunity in having a related both skills and education for their personal benefits.
“When there is no opportunity, it is important to create one and in fact, entrepreneurship have the capability to grow Nigeria’s economy through employment creation, thereby reducing the crime rate in our society,” he said.
Melody advised the corps members further, “we should all be motivated by becoming the positive change we want in Nigeria through contributing meaningfully to the socio-economic development of our fatherland in which business entrepreneurship is a sure pathway.”
For his part, NYSC State Director for Cross River State, Andrew Zemoh, who was present at the programme, commended the Stability and Sustenance team for leading the charge to motivate and empower youths in the state.